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National Archives - I Am Not Alone - National Security Council. Central Intelligence Agency. (09/18/1947 - 12/04/1981). - This film documents the personal experiences of a former Moscow prison inmate, who described the psychological torture methods used to try to extract a confession. - DVD Copied by IASL Scanner Jeremy Baron. - ARC 651533 / LI 263.2022
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Producer: National Archives
Keywords: archives.gov; public.resource.org
Creative Commons license: CC0 1.0 Universal
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Subject: TV episode
Sound. Black and white.
September 23, 1956 episode of the TV show "Telephone Time."
Based upon the book "Invitation to Moscow" by Zbigniew Stypułkowski who was a member of the "Trial of the Sixteen" Soviet show trial.
Subject: Just a sad reminder....
This dramatization is certainly a compelling true story of individual courage. Its message is that American democracy was morally superior to Soviet Communism. But, as you watch the Polish resister being tortured in the Soviet prison, you'll come to realize that the methods used by the Soviets differed little from those used by the U.S. military in Guantanamo Bay or Abu Ghraib. You'll realize that this film was made in an era when the United States government possessed the moral authority to condemn torture. B&W. Produced by the Bell System. Copyright 1956.